Labor

Labor

Manufacturers and their employees share a mutual goal of a safe, communicative and productive workplace. Collaboration and thoughtful rulemaking between manufacturers and governmental agencies, as well as fairness and balance in our labor law system, are essential to achieving that goal. Maintaining the time-tested balance between labor unions and employers is critical to economic growth and job creation.

The NAM is committed to defending the rights of manufacturers and their employees and fighting changes to our labor law system that undermine employer-employee relations.


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NAM in the News

  • 08/05/2015
    Companies May Face New Disclosures About CEO Pay (CBS News)
    "The industry arguments for a repeal of the proposal include the cost of compliance and the stance by the NAM that manufacturers and other non-financial companies "had nothing to do with the financial crisis."
  • 07/30/2015
    Court Upholds NLRB Union-Organizing Rule (The Wall Street Journal)
    "National Association of Manufacturers Senior Vice President and General Counsel Linda Kelly said the ruling jeopardizes “not only an employer’s time to prepare, and an employee’s ability to make an informed decision, but also the protection of private, personal information."
  • 02/26/2015
    NAM in the News: West Coast Ports
    A summary of NAM mentions in the media regarding the potential West Coast Ports shutdown and contract negotiations.

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